Market Types

In order to track approximately 12,000 cities across the country, Dominus Group separates real estate markets into three very simple categories: Rental Markets, Retail Markets and Resort Markets. By categorizing market types, we are able to analyze demand, determine which phase of the real estate cycle a city is in and help identify appropriate investment property platforms to achieve Maximum Benefit.

Each market (or city) type is defined below:

Rental Market

A city with an abundance of long term rentals with low enough home prices that rents cover debt service and all expenses. Investing in a rental market is based on economic demand derived from local economic conditions suggesting rapid increases in value.

Retail Market A city where home prices have risen so that rents no longer cover debt service and all expenses. Investing in a retail market is based on economic demand derived from local economic conditions suggesting sustainable growth.
Resort Market A city with an abundance of short term rentals, well anchored as a vacation destination. Investing in a resort market is based on economic demand derived from national and occasionally international influences.

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